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Sprint Offering Galaxy S6 and Service For $80 Per Month

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Mar 26, 2015, 11:50 AM   by Eric M. Zeman   @zeman_e

Sprint is hoping to attract customers to its network with a combined promotion that includes the Samsung Galaxy S6 and a Sprint Unlimited Plus service plan for $80 per month. The plan includes the 32GB GS6 for "free" after a $20-per-month credit with a 24-month lease; unlimited talk, text, and data; international value roaming; and annual upgrades. Customers who want the 64GB or 128GB models can get them for $85 and $90 per month, respectively, with the same service plan. Families interested in the Galaxy S6 can score four of them with unlimited talk and text, and 20GB of shared data for a total monthly price of $200 per month. Annual upgrades would cost another $10 per line per month. Customers looking for the Galaxy S6 Edge can snag one for $85 per month ($5 per month after $20-per-month lease credit) with the Sprint Unlimited plan. Customers not interested in contracts or leases can pay full price for the Galaxy S6 ($649.99) and pair it with a Boost Mobile plan. The Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge go on sale in Sprint stores April 10, with pre-orders beginning March 27.

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PhoneMaster

Mar 26, 2015, 2:08 PM

Might look enticing but just remember...

it's a LEASE. That means that you don't get to keep (or sell) the phone at the end of the lease.
If you aren't going to keep the phone, then it's a great offer since you aren't paying for the Galaxy S6 32GB model with this plan and leasing the phone. If you plan on keeping the phone, it's still a better option to buy it after the 24 month lease t...
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The Victor

Mar 26, 2015, 5:47 PM

So if im reading this correcty...

the only way sprint is allowing someone to get one of these devices is through a contract or leasing it and if they pay full price theyre technically with Boost Mobile?
You can do Easy Pay or you can indeed pay full price and be on Sprint, not Boost.
 
 
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